man u need that lol
Dodge’s Cummins diesels are bulletproof
Im ford all the way but I’d recommend to stay away from the new diesels.
After 50000 miles they go complete shit plus you counldnt work on it
yourself if you wanted to. My uncle works for a guy that buys them for work
trucks and his bosses truck didn’t make it home from the dealer before it
was in the shop again quit running and never started again. they had to
give him a new one. I recommend the gas v8 though they seem to be good and
last we have a pair of 09 f150’s no problems yet
I have a 2010 dodge cummins and LOVE it one of the best trucks ive owned!
dont turn to the dark side!
@TractorWorld Seems like everyones doin it! bwhahaha
Lol love how u dog it then drive it lol
one wheel peel
cummins all the way
get anything in a long bed, and i would recommend deleting anything that
you do get. better emissions, more reliability and more power. but if you
have to get it inspected that may not be realistic, depends on your states
emissions testing. But you can’t go wrong with any of them. My dad has a
’12 cummins and loves it, i still have an 04.5 but i will be upgrading to a
’13 powerstroke soon. they are all great trucks and you really can’t go
of course fords are the most money tho lol, i’ve seen a dodge cummins
laramie ccsb with 0 options go for 48k and that was a brand new ’13
Make sure you don’t go more than 50 mph with that ford truck if you want it
to last 100,000 miles for you (more than 75 mph the rims will shoot off, i
was told by the ford dealer.) And be ready to garage it in mechanic shop
right when you get it from the dealer. It happened to me.
me personally i wouldn’t own a new one! too much crap on them!?
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